Our Trust is proud of our A Level students and all they’ve achieved
In such unprecedented times our students have remained dedicated to their future endeavours
Emotions ran high at Goodwin Academy, Holcombe Grammar School, The Rochester Grammar School and The Victory Academy as students, following new Covid guidelines, collected their A Level results safely amid ongoing measures.
But, it didn’t dampen spirits! The excitement and anxiety were palpable in equal measure as envelopes were torn open, and dreams were realised. Our Trust is overjoyed for the students’ successes and their futures.
Our students have yet again risen to the challenge of their own academic achievements and it has been a real delight to see their smiling faces as we know that they’ve also had fun and developed strong friendships along the way.
Stuart Gardner, Chief Executive Officer at the Trust, said;
“As a Trust, it is our passion and priority to transform life chances; to ensure that every student fulfills their potential, achieving skills for success along the way.
“And, after these fantastic A Level results we are excited to continue working closely with our students to build on these achievements.
“We wish our sixth form cohorts the very best of luck in the next chapter of their life story.”
These strong results are a testament to the fact that our students thrive on the opportunities they have through our curriculum, to develop their independent study in preparation for university.
We would like to congratulate every student on their results today and wish them every success in their future and thank all of the staff throughout our schools who continue to deliver an education that really does transform life chances.
These results are a great achievement which has provided life-changing opportunities for more of our students to access the country’s top universities.
You can find out more about the students at our schools and their results by reading the schools individual news articles on their own websites: